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John Lennon got one, and now it's George Harrison's turn.  Today, George Harrison's The Vinyl Collection box set was announced. It will be available February 24th on Universal.  Packaged in two-piece rigid slipcase boxes, The Vinyl Collection will feature Harrison's entire recorded output on discs that have been remastered from their original analogue master tapes and pressed on 180-gram heavyweight vinyl. These reissues will also be available individually, though All Things Must Pass will be a limited edition pressing.  Pre-orders coming soon! Contents of The Vinyl Collection below:  Wonderwall Music (1968) (1 LP)Electronic Sound (1969) (1 LP)All Things Must Pass (1970) (3 LP) *limited edition pieceLiving In...

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It seems that Third Man Records is planning to cut out the middleman and begin pressing their own records in-house. No details yet, but take a peek at this teaser that they just posted to their Facebook page:

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If you're anything like me, you lost touch with Weird Al's catalogue after 1996's 'Bad Hair Day'. That's all about to change.  This morning, the internet announced that we'll all soon have a chance to catch up on all of Wierd Al's hits (and deep cuts) later this year with the November 24 release of his new accordion-shaped complete vinyl collection! Interested in pre-ordering? Check out the PledgeMusic Page. Full details below:  The Complete Works of “Weird Al” Yankovic, a career-spanning box set of all fourteen of Al’s studio albums, remastered for CD and 150-gram vinyl, and lavishly housed in...

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Hello all! Ian here, back from a wonderful two week European getaway, highlighted by eating, drinking, sightseeing, but most of all… crate digging. With the dollar strong and the vinyl resurgence in full force, I took some opportunities to load my collection up with imports (had to buy a new suitcase to bring my haul back with me).  From a Japanese LP store in Prague to a punk rock palace in Paris, here’s what I scored.  First stop - Warsaw Antykwariat Tampa (ul. Tampa 45) After attempting a dose of culture at the Chopin Museum, I happily stumbled upon this...

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Do you love music?  Do you love writing?  Do you love writing about music?  Well, have we got the opportunity for you! As popmarket grows, we're interested in building our blog. We're looking to offer new and classic album reviews, opinion pieces, music news, and more!  Are you interested in writing for us? Shoot us an email at Community@popmarket.com for details!

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